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While gazing at the galleries I thought I sensed some marked preferences for subjects - purely in terms of 'clicks' - and whiled away, out of curiosity, 10 minutes with a very rough and ready 'average' over the last 4 (x16 images) pages by subject.
Digi Manip appx 7
...now I wonder if this reflects our preferences for subjects, or the skill of EPZers in particular subject coverage?
Or if it matters
*Apologies if this is covering old ground, just read Ceri's post re colour blindness...oops
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Preference for subjects to view is in my case quite different to preference for subjects to photograph.
Landscape when outdoors - I've never been interested in macro, and haven't the patience for wildlife - still life indoors. would love to do portraits but my Iko' scares sitters off
My top interest would definately be wildlife. However, I've noticed that of recent I've clicked and commented disproportionately on scantily/un-clad women. This probably has more to do with the missus now living 200 miles away than than anyartistic bias though. I think...
NB: Please forgive ant typos, my eyesight seems to be failing of recent
i think sometimes people are just interested in something different or unusual, no matter what the category. we are so conditioned to seeing 'snapshot' style photography here that something different makes the finger clic the thumb and check it out. my observation and personal experience.
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